Christmas is just around the corner, and while you are all out getting last minute gifts for friends and family, I have been spending my weekends at home tirelessly watching Christmas movies (both good and bad), to deliver you the definitive list of what to watch this holiday season. Now, there are a million holiday movies to watch, especially if you like the Hallmark channel, so I have divided the list into two sections: the classics and the gems.
Are you a giver or a getter at Christmas? Is that a weird question? Every year around Christmastime I think about that. There are some people that enjoy getting Christmas gifts and others that prefer to give them. So, what are you?
Thanksgiving is an interesting holiday in the sense that it allows you time to prioritize and reassess what you are doing on an everyday basis. It’s one of those holidays where it almost interrupts your normal routine. It symbolizes the beginning of a hectic time for mostly everyone and allows you to figure out what is important, and what can fall by the wayside. I equate it to almost an outer body experience where you can see yourself and everything around you, and it quickly becomes clear what is working and what isn’t.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year… and I am not talking about Christmas. Thanksgiving is tomorrow and besides the day off, there are so many things to look forward to. With that, I am taking over the Mitch Six to give you Jess’ top 6 FAVORITE things about the glorious holiday, Thanksgiving.
Y’all, I have been on vacation most of this week and have finally gotten some time to just relax. It has been much needed and very enjoyable. With that, I have gotten to take a deep dive into some video games and movies I had been dying to either play or watch anywhere from the past few weeks to the past few years(yes, I have that much stuff on the back burner). This weeks Mitch Six is going to be a bit of a grab bag of all the stuff I have gotten a chance to take in this week that I definitely would recommend you try if you have a chance.
Its finally Fall! The air is cool and crisp, if you are in New England that is. Apple picking is over with (thankfully. Survived another year y’all), and the coffee shops are packed with cider, pumpkin spice, and everything nice.
Is it too early to start celebrating Christmas? I am just asking the question because this year it feels like the minute the clock struck midnight on Halloween, people were already taking out the bows and wreaths and praying for snow. In fact, in Disney, they literally did that. November 1st, as guests entered the Magic Kingdom, they were greeted by Christmas Décor. It seems like now more than ever, people are leap frogging over Thanksgiving and going right to Christmas.
In a similar way of my Halloween recommendation, id like to share with you 6 of the things I like to do or am really into at the moment. What better way to kick that off, than with a nice little Disney ride Ranking. Now I could sit here and tell you to go ride Space Mountain, but where is the fun in that. Instead, I will focus this listing on my six favorite rides or attractions to recoup from the drain of a Disney day.
Fall is upon us and with Halloween just a few days away, there isn’t a more perfect time to sit down with your significant other, family, or friends and watch a good ole fashioned Halloween movie or show to get into the spirit of the season. But with so much out there, how can you decide what to watch? Here is what I am watching this Halloween
As a follow up to my previous article regarding planning a Disney Fairytale Wedding, I thought I would share some insight into the actual day of the wedding. For some, planning the wedding can be very stressful because every decision you make will affect the day of your wedding. The flip side of this is that the day of the wedding is the culmination of all the decisions made over the course of your planning process. Even more so, with a Disney Fairytale Wedding, the stakes are slightly raised because in many cases it is a destination wedding where you have asked friends or family to take time out of their schedule to attend.